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into the streets. >> authorities have told riot police they can use deadly force to protect themselves and key state institutions. >> our tra diditional cooperati cannot continue when civilians are being killed in the streets. >> "the washington post" found the national security agency breaks privacy rules and oversteps legal boundaries thousands of times a year. >> still a mystery, what cautioned the u.p.s. cargo plane to crash in birmingham? >> federal investigators say there's no evidence the plane was on fire or suffered engine problems. >> a strong earthquake in new zealand this morning. no injuries are being reported. >> a great-grandmother claims bob filner forced her to kiss him. >> i feel the right thing is for you to go. >> hannah anderson didn't say a word as she arrived at a fund-raiser for her family. >> a woman suspected of shoplifting mailed a break for it across a highway. police are still looking for her. >> a chinese zoo tried to pass off a dog as an african lion. >> he began barking. nothing like a lion, is it? >> jonathan boston. >> and all that matters. >> a 911 dispatcher
sparks outrage in two countries. charlie talks tennis with defending u.s. open champ andy murray. can the brit make it two in a row? >> we begin this morning with a look at today's eye opener. your world in 90 seconds. >> the report coming from the syrian rebels. scores upon scores of people have been killed. >> new claims of chemical weapons in syria. >> opposition leaders are saying that between 600 and 1,000 people were killed. the assad regime told television there is no truth whatsoever in the claim. >> this most certainly is a dreadful tragedy of epic proportions. >> a gunman opened fire at an elementary school just outside atlanta. >> hundreds of panics children then ran for safety. >> it's a good day, all of our children are safe. >> michael brandon hill exchanged fire with law enforcement before giving himself up. >> at the end of the day, all you want is your child to come home safe. >> nearly 50 major fires are burning in 11 western states. meantime that massive beaver creek wildfire in idaho has now grown to some 160 square miles. >> a cab jumped
said he wanted us to start filming as police die. >> the dekalb county police responded to the school. according to chief alexander fired at the gunman. >> he fired anywhere from half a dozen shots when he fired out of the building at police officers when approaching the scene. when officers had a clear shot they returned fire. fortunately no one was injured. >> the gunman quickly surrendered. fourth grader raven cobb was inside the school when the shooting erupted. >> we were at our desk and put our head down. >> hundreds of the classmates were evacuated in a caravan of school bus. raven's father darrell was waiting with other anxious parents. >> a lot in your heart. it is going on over the news and did not know whether it was going on. it was a good feeling to know none of the kids were hurt. >> the sources say the gunman doesn't have terrorists connections but does have history with police. asked how he got into the school building, bob, police say he apparently walked through an opened door right behind someone with authorized access. >> all right, well thank you so much, bob. thr
it is collapsing beneath us. >> everyone got out safely. some guests made it out with little time to spare. >> one woman was sitting in the tube and it fell and she just grabbed a pair of shorts and came out with nothing. >> florida is prone to sinkholes because the ground is made up of limestone which dissolves in water. there was no problems before sunday night. melanie woodrow, wjz eyewitness news. >> the developer says testing done before the resort was built 15 years ago showed the ground was stable at that time. >>> the military trial of major hassan resumes today in texas. he's representing himself in the fort oo wood shooting massacre. 13 fellow soldiers were shot and killed in november of 2009. so far he's watched in silence as more than 40 witnesses described how he prepared and carried out the massacre. >>> sentencing for the hearing of army private bradley manning is tightened after this courtroom video appears online. it's set to a track of people chanting free bradley manning. manning is expected to make a statement wednesday. he faces up to 90 years in prison for leaking classified
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. officials now telling us the latest word 6:30 when they hope to reopen some lanes. in the meantime, the traffic alert is in effect westbound 580 the right lanes are blocked on that connector ramp towards 680. see traffic right now is backed up towards isabel and the latest drive time is now in the red up to 27 minutes between the altamont pass and 680. we have launched chopper 5. so we'll be bringing you live updates here very shortly. in the meantime, the roads are slick not sure if that's what contributed to that accident but it can be a problem. >> certainly a factor this morning as we have fog and low clouds, light rain reported both in oakland and at the airport in san francisco. the deep marine layer out there we are starting the numbers this morning in the upper 50s a little cooler than yesterday. but this afternoon will become sunny and a little bit warmer inland, emphasis on little. we have drizzle around the bay area this morning. you will have windshield wipers oncoming from the east bay into the city. the temperatures will edge up slightly in the city to 63 today. 75 in
. the sergeant did tell us, the victim is from the general area. investigators were out late into the night and early into the morning, trying to find witnesses in the area. they say they will need people to come forward with more information to make an arrest in the case. live in east palo alto, alex savidge, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> most people arrested, students and college students in san francisco. they were hoping to withdraw the school's accreditation. instead the mayor had them arrested. >> don't want to get arrested. >> and the sit-in began yesterday at 5:00. the students arrested were charged with trespassing and disturbing a public meeting. they were released. the mayor's office tells ktvu, he's committed to finding a way to keep the school open. >>> firefighters in the bay area still on high alert. the lightning threat still creating a very dangerous situation. ktvu is joining us live, good morning. , katie. >> where i'm standing, it feels like a chilly wind tunnel. it's quite gusty between martinez and hercules. you could also see the dry grass. the conditions, the wind with th
us what is happening right now. >> reporter: good morning. crime scene tape is still blocking off the number of streets here in this union city neighborhood. you can see crime scene technicians continuing to process this scene and gather evidence. the body of one young man was removed a short timing a. according to police very few leads as they try and track down the person responsible for this double shooting that left two young men dead. someone heard gunfire early this morning, came outside and found these two men down in the street. let me show you some video from earlier this morning, just within the last half hour or so the coroner was out here and removed the body of one victim who died at the scene. the second victim was transported to the hospital but ended up dying there. the shooting was about 1:00 this morning right near 11th and d streets in union city. we spoke a short time ago with the police commander who told me at this point investigators don't have a lot to go on. they're trying to figure out what led up to this violence. >> at this point we're unsure of the mot
4's charles clifford shows us where the fire has burned so far and also how it's affecting yosemite national park. >> reporter: in just a week the rim fire has become one of the largest active wildfires in the county and one of the largest fires in california history. i want to show you just how fast this fire has spread. this is an overhead google earth view of yosemite national park. the rim fire started to the west of the park, last saturday, here along highway 120. the red area that you see here is the perimeter of the fire on monday, when about 10 thousand acres had burned. here's how the fire looked on tuesday when 16 thousand acres were lost. here's the fire on wednesday when it had doubled in size and here's the fire on thursday. on friday the fire just exploded in size and entered yosemite national park. it also grew to the west. and here's how the fire looked on saturday morning. it's burned about 125 thousand acres. about 200 square miles. now i want to focus on two areas.. nasa also collects data on wildfires and they can pinpoint hot spots using satellites and weather s
up within less than a minute. >> gave us an impression of how dangerous that was. >> new zealand won the race. and italy suffered equipment problems and broke down on the course. >> they ended up postponing the second race until this afternoon. race two and three had be held today with race four moved to tomorrow. >>> winner of the challenger series faces america's cup in september. >>> they were reminded of the dangers of the sport. the member of a swedish team was killed. british sailor andrew bart simpson was a member after getting pinned in the boat. in the wake of his death, officials instituted stricter safety rules. >>> this didn't go as perfectly planned after all. the 13 story warren hall was demolished after being everybody seismically unsafe. >> it department completely fall to the ground t will be torn down during a go month long clean up. they will honor the trucker magnate for who the building was named. they placed seismographs as part of the earthquake research. in san diego engineers are preparing for the next big one by determining what is needed to keep buildings s
"gma" has been her dream. now, she's heading into the anchor chair with us. >> hey, everybody, are you ready for a good morning, america? >>> good morning, america. all of our viewers in the west. robin and sam off today. great to have ginger here. lara to my right. different angle. we have a lot to get to this morning. including the latest the alarming sinkhole outside of orlando. >> we have live shots right now, from our sister station, wftv, over the huge sinkhole. josh is here with the latest josh? >>> we're going to take a look again at video, it shows that sinkhole swallowing a resort villa, not far from disney world. people woke up in the middle of the night to a great cracking sound and word spread that the building was starting to collapse. everybody was told to get out and fast. another section of that complex is also sinking. all of this happening just a few miles outside of orlando, in the town of clermont. they had no warning. first the lights went out and then chaos. >> we heard some shaking, glass breaking. we thought maybe it was kids running up and down the hall. way.
. we have a serious problem. it requires us to have a national discussion because the problem, mainly, is the drug cartels and the violent side of is a demand for drugs in the united states of america. whether they have a submarine, like i have seen in colombia. it is a violent place when you have armed members bringing drugs across the border into our country. i do not excuse any action that .ook place but to somehow think it is not dangerous when cartel members are bringing drugs up to this country is not an adequate reading of the situation on the border, and i visit it all the time. said, i think the answer to our border control is technology. you have a point about additional border patrol. one of the things we need more of is customs people so we can .xpedite traffic back and forth there are some of us here old enough to remember we used to be able to walk across and have and walkedgales back. think about doing that today. you bring up problems on the border, and with this surveillance capability, we will people back,keep and then we will be able to send these teams out. finally
in what they called add day of anger. they were met by police authorized to use deadly force. at least 64 people were killed today. that means about 800 have been killed since last month when the military overthrew egypt's first democratically elected president. there was violence in several egyptian cities today, including alexandria, where demonstrators throwing rocks were met with bullets. charlie d'agata was in the thick of in the cairo today. charlie? >> reporter: scott, the trouble began just after friday prayers. as soon as the mosques emptied out, the squares filled with demonstrators. now, the military tried to block off some of the main road, but protesters came from every direction, setting the stage for the bloody confrontation that followed. the muslim brotherhood vowed its supporters would take to the streets by the thousands today in retaliation for the government's brutal crackdown-- and they did. the police warned they would use deadly force to stop them. they kept their word, too. in cairo, demonstrators ignored a state of emergency and a heavy military presence in an at
. president obama set to meet with his top team today to figure out what the u.s. should do when it comes to the crisis in syria. as two navy destroyers remain in the region in case they're needed. is the u.s. preparing a strike? >>> and no baby, a giant panda is a proud new mom today giving birth to her third cub. the eyes of the world watching their every move. we'll go live to the zoo to see how everyone's doing. today's saturday, august 24th, 2013. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with lester holt and erica hill. live from rockefeller plaza. >> good morning, everyone, welcome to "today" on a saturday morning, i'm lester holt. >> and i'm erica hill. tom, of course, with us because jenna is on maternity leave and is now officially a mom. >> she tweeted out about half an hour ago. said, survived first night home with harper, but just barely. she's got pipes. >> as a parent, jenna, i can tell you the crying will stop after about a week. trust me on that. everything will be fine. >> right? and it's not fair how the babies sleep for the first few days and you think piece of cake
>>> good morning, america. and breaking now, floods and fires across the u.s. massive downpours overnight, causing dangerous flooding in 16 states. this walmart under water. dozens rescued, including this baby. meanwhile, hundreds of homes are now threatened in the west. >>> breaking overnight. 16 county garage workers in new jersey, set to come forward as the newest powerball millionaires right now. but get this. they are back at work this morning, with their golden ticket. >>> and actress leah remini, taking her battle to a whole, new level. in a showdown with the church of scientology. filing a missing persons report for the church leader's wife. police say, it's unfounded. the church fights back this morning. >>> and going viral. this woman, about to get an unbelievable surprise, when her family sends her on a scavenger hunt in her very own kitchen. what is it in her oven that makes her scream for joy? >> wonder what could be in that >>> very good friday morning for viewers in the west. it's going to be a huge party in the park. up just north of central park, the rain not ke
of greater cleveland, and i think they will have significant say to what the future use of the property will be after a long collaborative community process. think of the world trade center when it came down in new york, the long conversation that occurred, and we are hoping it won't take that long, but we are hopeful and anticipating something grand to happen here in this space. >> an important morning in that neighborhood in cleveland. city councilman, thank you very much for your time. >> thank you, matt. savannah >>> we have breaking news from the white house this morning. the president is canceling plans to meet with vladimir putin next month amid growing tension between the u.s. relations. peter, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning to you. it's a slap in the face, and the white house announcing in the last hour the u.s. president will not travel as planned to moscow where he was supposed to meet one-on-one with vladimir putin, and the new tensions exist over nsa leaker, edward snowden, and the white house now saying the president will instead travel to sweden, and last
with us. >>> good morning. breaking news. >>> good morning. breaking news. nbc's richard engle will have the latest in a live report. >>> searching for a motive. new details on the 20-year-old suspect that opened fire with an assault rifle inside an elementary school near atlanta. parents across the country wonder how it happened again. we'll talk to a man that lost his son in newtown. >>> airborne. a woman catches the moment a pickup truck crosses the median and goes across the highway. incredibly, that driver is expected to make a full recovery today, wednesday, august 21st, 2013. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie. live from studio 1-a in rockefeller plaza. >>> good morning everyone. welcome to today on a wednesday morning. i'm savannah guthrie. >> i am carl along with al roebgroebg and nationally morales. matt has the morning off. >> good to see you carl. we are going to start with syria this morning. pretty disturbing reports coming out of that country. richard engle is there. i know you have been talking to representatives from the reb
on the senate foreign relations committee. he says the u-s should take the lead in a military tactical response in syria. >> "i hope the president, as soon as we get back to washington, will ask for authorization from congress to do something in a very surgical and proportional way." >> reporter: the ranking democrat on the house foreign relations committee - eliot engel - suggests the president not wait for congress. >> "perhaps the president could start and then congress needs to resolve it and ascend to it. we cannot sit still. we've got to move and we've got to move quickly." >> reporter: but as the pressure escalates over syria-- democratic senator jack reed cautions the united states from moving forward with military actions on its own. >> "this has to be an international operation. it can't be a unilateral american approach. it has to have support internationally, not just politically but militarily." >> reporter: while the u-s government weighs its options. a syrian official confirms u-n inspectors will be given full access to any site of a suspected chemical weapons attack. inspectors
miles west of palm springs. >>> meteorologist christina loren is keeping her eye on this for us. thanks for being with us. we'll be back at 7:26. >>> good morning. breaking news. we are live on the frontlines. >>> jackpot. three winning powerball tickets sold for that massive $448 million drawing. if you'rwaking up in new jersey and minnesota, get ready to check those numbers. and moment of impact. a high-speed collision between a tractor-trailer and a bus filled with passengers. the crash sending the driver flying out the side window. how everyone on that bus survived today, thursday, august 8, 2013. >>> from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >>> good morning. i'm savannah guthrie. >>> i'm matt lauer with natalie morales and al roker. i've seen that video. about ten times of the bus crash. i keep trying to see if they're wearing seatbelts. there are seatbelts in the seats. the driver of the bus. >> unbelievable. >> the seatbelt broke or whatever. to see someone thrown out of a window like that. >> sucked out
update. we appreciate you starting our friday with us. >> we always do. great to have you along. have a great day. enjoy your weekend, we'll see you monday. >> and at 11:00. >>> good morning. breaking overnight. deadly flash flooding across the midwest leads to evacuations and dramatic rescues. in california, the massive wildfire grows bigger threatening hundreds of homes. >>> new this morning, the expanded search for 16-year-old hanna anderson, and he could be armed with explosives, as her father speaks out to us in a new interview. >>> high anxiety. the contact that had me free fallon today, friday, august 9th, 2013. >>> from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> go ahead, and have your fun. good morning, everybody. i am savannah guthrie. >> i am willie geist along with al roker, and natalie morales. what is going on here? >> what i refer to as pie-gate, and you know it's quite irritating to eyes, and my eyes are as red as can be, and willie says he doesn't feel sorry for me. >> well, now that you mention i
the show. >> my fellow americans -- >>> and he's celebrating his newfound wealth and fame with us today, wednesday, august 14th, 2013. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie. live from studio 1-a in rockefeller plaza. >>> good morning. welcome to "today" at 7:00 a.m. on the west coast on this wednesday. i'm matt lauer. >> morning everyone i'm savannah guthrie along side al roker and natalie morales. a lot happening in the news today. >> a lot of breaking news overnight including an intense bank. more on that story in a few minutes. >> first, right to that deadly cargo plane crash in alabama. tom costello is at reagan international airport. tom, good morning. what is the latest? >> reporter: good morning. this happened at about 6:00 a.m. eastern time, 5:00 a.m. central time this morning. this was u.p.s. cargo flight 1354 coming into birmingham, alabama, from louisville, kentucky, where ups's base is with a major cargo operation. the plane never made it to the runway, coming in and crashing in a field just short of the airport. we're told no stru
-going criminal investigation we need to ask you a few questions about. contact us immediately at the dea headquarters at "415-251- 8119" special agent anderson with the dea narcotics unit division 38" >> reporter:worried that it was real. rebecca called the number. 32-23- >> reporter:"they said they had a warrant for my arrest for purchasing pharmaceuticals online and that if i didn't pay a fee they would come and arrest me". >> reporter:the person who claimed he was special agent paul anderson from division 38 of the dea made it clear. wire him money and he would make this arrest warrant go away otherwise she was going to >> was so scared" >> reporter:she reached out to me for >> reporter:i visited with bruce goldberg assistant to the special agent in charge, dea, san francisco field division. and played him the voicemail rebecca received. >>5-54 bruce e. goldberg, assistant to the special "we have no division 38, and we have no paul anderson working for us". >> reporter:the dea says there is a dangerous organized criminal organization behind this extortion scam. >>3:45 - bruce e. goldb
set up, with donations to help underprivileged kids. that's it for us. thanks for watching. erin burnett "outfront" starts now. >>> "outfront" next, the day after he was sentenced to 35 years in jail for his part in the biggest leak of classified information in american history, bradley manning makes a dramatic announcement. we answer the question who is chelsea. >>> plus yesterday we showed you video of what appeared to be hundreds if not thousands of victims of a chemical attack in syria. has assad officially crossed the president's red line or blurred line? >>> and disturbing new details with oklahoma thrill killing investigation. what may be behind the shooting. we have an exclusive interview tonight. >>> let's go "outfront." >>> good evening, everyone, i'm erin burnet. "outfront" tonight, i'm chelsea manning, that's a the bombshell announcement from bradley manning, the person that perpetrated the biggest leak of classified information in history, he wants to begin life as a woman and lead to hormone therapy immediately. will it lead to a pardon and will the army let him get
engel is in cairo once again for us. richard, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. many of the casualties happened here, this burned out area was the heart of the biggest protest camp and now is being controlled by the egyptian security forces. that death toll? around 500, most demonstrators, but nearly 50 from the egyptian army and police. after egypt's military-backed government smashed two protest camps, today it was trying to erase that they ever existed, sweeping away debris, tearing down the stage where demonstrators had been demanding that the ousted, elected president morsi from the muslim brotherhood be reinstated. new pictures overnight showed the scale of what happened here as a pro morsi camp several city blocks wide burned. during the 24-hour crackdown, police torched the camp and opened fire on demonstrators with live ammunition. clashes spread outside cairo and islamic extremists, sympathetic to the muslim brotherhood joined in, burning churches and attacking government buildings. the muslim brotherhood and its allies aren't just victims here. state-run te
to warn us off. >> millions of parts to join. >> in the 19 30s it cost $77 million to build. seven decades later the eastern span alone will cost $300 million to bring down. the construction will take place by contractors working from the top to mud level at the bottom of the bay. strangely enough in the top section. >> they're studying how the original span was first. >> more carefully because we're more environmental. the steel has lead paint. watch dog agencies will be on hand to make sure none of it calls into the bay. as to what might remain? >> this spokesman shows us a possibility of maybe a nice memorial or a pier. these are artist conception autos dumb question. >> yes. >> will your new memorial will be seismicly sound? >> yes. because it has nowhere to go. >> except history books. >> ac transit is offering bus service to some east bay bart stations to help people get across the bay. bart will be operating around the clock and the ferry is expanding it's sked yu. if you need to drive down load abc 7's waze traffic app to get around the gridlock. >> you may remember last time a bri
>> thank you for joining us. >> new overnight dozens arrested at san francisco's city hall. what they were doing. >> and we're just an hour away now from the sentencing of army private bradley manning for providing classified information to wikileaks. >> and we are starting off on a quiet side. we did have clouds along the coastline. later on today you can expect 60's coast side. we will be talking about red flag warning coming up at 6:15 a.m.. >> we are not tracking any hot spot for your ride or around the bay area. there have been no major incidents reported to. you can see the backups are in both the left and the right side. the metering lights have not yet been activated but they will be likely in the next 10 minutes or so. the only real slowdown is on interstate 580. >> breaking news out of the south bay. san jose police are investigating a shooting outside a senior assisted living center in south san jose. kron four's will tran is live at the scene with what we know. >> this shooting took place, the shots were fired by a security guard. he actually lives here or was it comi
. good morning, alex. it's been a little more than 24 hours since the bloodshed started. can you give us a sense of what's going on? >> reporter: good morn, anne-marie. they're still reeling after the violence that left so many dead. the streets are eerily quiet. people are staying home in fears of looming violence ahead. >> and you were right in the middle of all that chaos when it started. is there a moment or an image that has sort of stuck with you? >> i think the thing that stuck was yesterday's violence against the encamp meant. the sound of automatic gunfire was constant and ever present. the sounds of rounds pouring down was constant. >> do you get a sense of what people on the street are feeling. there are a lot of people not affiliated with the muslim brotherhood. what are they saying about this? >> reporter: the egyptians are backed him are generally happy with this. they have believed the military and the government's line that these demonstrations were, quote, terrorism-originating spots and were anxious to see them dispersed. >> and what is expected over the next few days?
the scene. good morning, thanks for being with us. i'm marla tellez. >> i'm john kelly. good morning, everybody. take everybody out there and look hat we are talking about here. you can see big-time backup going on all morning long here, rain, sleet or dark of night. not much you can do about this. the crash happened six hours ago in sinole. this one continues to be a headache, impact for commute for drive earth all across the east bail. nbc bay area's bob redell now live at that scene, he has all the latest. bob? >> reporter: good morning to you, jon and marla. do not use northbound 680 over sunol grade unless you absolutely have to. i entered on washington boulevard, drove to this location right here, which is between andrade and calavaras, only a couple of miles and it took me a good hour. you can see y traffic here to your right is limited to the far left lane and the shoulder and of course, at issue is this truck right here, which is still laying here in the road. the good news is you want to wait till this is reopened and chp is now saying that could be as soon as noon. initial
francisco's water supplies. kron 4 news at 11:00 starts now. good evening thanks for joining us, i'm vicki liviakis. >> and i'm jon fanolio. that fire is threatening residents tonight. the fire has grown exponent usually. the fire has burned just under 130,000 acres. 11,000 of that is inside owe similarity national park. the 2700 firefighters along with national guard c130 aircrafts have only made minimal progress battling this blaze. the fire is just 5% contained up from 7% contained from 2% on friday. the government has issued a state of emergency for the bay area as the fire inches closer to a critical water and power source that services the city of san francisco. >> the reason why the state of emergency was declared, that fire has forced two of three hydroelectric power houses that service san francisco to go offline. but so far, electricity has not been impacted. it is four miles from heche where san francisco gets most of its water supply. phillipe jegal is out there. he has spoken to residents who have been told to leave the area. >> luis yeyes and his wife are ready to go, but the
us, my grandson and i to stay completely out of the water. because it tends to, everybody else just goes a little bit further and further as they see people getting into the water. >> reporter: the sighting coming after a whale was seen near by. blood and oil from the whale may have attracted the great white. >> steinson has always been known for some shark sightings, but we've never had anything like this. >> reporter: the band is a disappointment for tourists and locals hoping to make the most of their remaining summer vacation. >> i was pretty disappointed because i wanted to go out and surf. it's the last day of vacation before school started. >>> the national park service says surfers, two surfers were bitten by sharks in steinton beach in 1998 and 2002. the swimming ban is expected to be lifted on sunday. at 6:00, the economic impact the ban is having on business here. we're now reporting live in mill valley, david stevenson. >>> there have been a number of shark encounters in recent years in northern california. on august 6th, a shark was spotted right off of chrissy field. i
they will be okay. >> we have nothing behind us to burn. we are pretty sale. local firefighters say we are actually safe here. safe as we can get for it being a fear. >> this is abc 7 news. >> wildfire forced 2 bay area camp located west of yosemite to evacuate and the third is on alert now exploratorium camp relocated seniors and stv and cancelled weekend event for teenagers. san jose familyr sent 80 students staff home yesterday. firefighters from alameda county are heading to yosemite to help deal with this blaze. alameda county fire department tweeted this east photo of the team heading up to the sierra this afternoo afternoon. they get to work just the moment they arrive. >> 3 hours from pine mountain lake it is water bucket mission like this one by the air national guard that is helping drown the wildfire in butte county. guard provided this video. fire near or ville 90 percent contained tonight so they have made remarkable progress having burned roughly 2500 acres however destroying one house plus several buildings and cars. but they are again making some real progress there. >> sand
was being used for training of reserves at camp parks. the brush fire started yesterday afternoon around 1:30 and was contained three hours later. no homes or buildings were damaged >> coming up on the kron four morning news at four a- m. a young boy, attacked by a pitbull is at home this morning. why his mother says "he's the strongest boy she knows." plus, one bay area woman says she's been harassed by the d-e-a. it all has to do with a prank call. why the administration says it's a big problem. and an austrailian family mourning the loss of their son after he was killed. why the two killers say they quote "killed for fun." these stories and more when the kron four morning news continues. >> the ten year old antioch boy who was mauled by two pitbulls, is now back at home. but according to the victim's family. the dogs in question are still alive. kron 4's j.r. stone is following the story. and has the latest. >> reporter: this 10 year- old is a tough kid. after being brutally attacked by two different pit bulls he is out of hospital. >> we are now wondering where are the dogs? he sometim
the attorney used manning's desire to become a woman as an argument for leniency on his sentence. he introduced the photo of manning in a wig and makeup and had several doctors testify to his gender identity disorder. so, co-this very public announcement help manning's case when he comes up for parole? >> in this context i don't see why it would. >> reporter: minahan said a parole board will examine his crimes and how he behaves at leavenworth in deciding whether to cut short his sentence. >> i don't think they probably should even look at the fact that he, she now is transgender. in making that determination. >> now, you know, chris, manning's attorney says he's going to ask president obama for a presidential pardon next week. they've been trying to use this whole gender identification issue as something that might help them in that regard. how likely is it the president will consider it? >> reporter: not likely at all. you know, a presidential pardon is the highest form of clemency and it really signifies a forgiveness of the crime. the obama administration has gone after whistle-blowers vigo
to partially collapse. our nbc affiliate is in orlando this morning. marina, good morning. what can you tell us? >> reporter: good morning. quite the scare for guests here. this resort is about 6 miles out from walt disneyworld. many of the guests coming back from the night after spending all day at the parks and once they got into their room they reported hearing popping noises, window shattering. emergency crews here in minutes and evacuating all 36 guest from two buildings affected by this sinkhole, and all of them accounted for and thankfully no injuries reported. the elevator was the first part to go once the ground gave way and about 3:00 this morning the west wing of one of the buildings also tearing away from the rest of the structure. >> what are you hearing from officials about their concerns of some of the surrounding buildings at this point? >> reporter: well at this point, david, emergency crews deemed the surrounding structures as stable, and that sinkhole 40 to 60 feet in diameter, and 20 feet deep, but luckily everybody is accounted for and surroundsing buildsings are stable. >>
that's left of this home. while hot spots continue to shoulder around what used to be somebody -- smolder around somebody's house, the next door neighbors are say t. the neighbors in the other homes are considered to be in danger. >> wind has been blowing away so that is good, but you never know with a fire. >> firefighters are working from the air and on the ground to build containment lines. rugged, steep terrain making it difficult for firefighters. and the weather isn't cooperating. >> we have canyons around. because of what that does to the wind, that is always a challenge. >> in addition to weather challenges, the active fire season means crews are forced to compete for resource. >> there are so many fires in california. there are so many fires in the western united states that we are really having a hard time getting crews and aircraft. >> reporter: about 600 firefighters are working the blaze. more on the way. as for the cause, that is still under investigation tonight. andrea manetti kpix 5. >> the american fire is even bigger than the rim fire. it's burned nearly 15,0
reporter cate caugiran joins us live now from the newsroom with more. >> reporter: a red flag warning is extended in the north bay until tomorrow morning. we are looking at dry conditions today. but right now the biggest concern for firefighters is the rim fire near yosemite. about 500 firefighters are still working to contain it. the fire forced 200 seniors to evacuate camps run by the city of san francisco and san jose. the fire is 15 square miles. it's threatening 2500 buildings and people are getting out. >> a lot of memories. we have been up there for 15, 18 years. so we just had a family reunion up there the first weekend of august, we had 60 people. we had a big family reunion. >> we got nothing behind to us burn. we're pretty safe. even all our local firefighters say we're actually safe here. >> i mean, as safe as we can get for being a fire. >> reporter: so far two homes and five other buildings have burned. the fire jumped highway 120 as it continues to grow. let's take a look at other fires across the state. the american fire in placer county is even bigger than the rim fir
people here supporting us trying to find her. >> the family set up a nonpolice tip line where people can make anonymous tips and can email findsandracokeatgmail.com. >>> a man is in jail for allegedly murdering a nursing student. 19-year-old kim chico was hit by a straight bullet last weekend. san jose police arrested johnny lozano during a traffic stop last night. they say he was the gunman in saturday's shooting near 2nd and san salvador streets downtown. the driver of the car wasn't hit. state police no motive for the shooting. >>> two major wildfires burning in southern california. the biggest the silver fire in riverside county. it began wednesday destroying 26 homes and a commercial building near banning. as bigad shaban reports, the 14,000-acre fire is just 20% contained. >> reporter: a wildfire in southern california's san jacinto mountain range lit up the sky last night as firefighters struggled to get it under control. >> this fire burning not under santa ana conditions but burning under west wind was one of the most quickly spreading rapidly spreading dangerous fires that i ha
project. christien kafton is showing us how the commuters are going the extra mile. but we want to start off with sal cass -- sal castanedo with the commute. sal? >> let's take a look at the traffic. the closure, obviously the purple thing there, that's the closure. if you are driving to the san mateo bridge, it is very slow on 880, as it normally is, and it's slow almost all the way across the bridge out to the peninsula. it will be very slow on 101. however, it is taking the load. there are no major crashes. no major lane obstructions. you can see it's getting very slow. 101, 92. we checked in with public transportation. b.a.r.t., caltrain and muni reporting no delays right now. at 7:03. we are looking at the commute here on 80 westbound. you can see a lot of people coming down to the closure. there are no major problems but people are finding winding down to three lanes. that's why we have a lot of slow traffic. the south bay commute has been slow in some of the commute. it's not all that bad on 280 and 101. we want to go to tara moriarty who is at the area where they are doing the c
at that point it was too close for comfort more me. >> reporter: residents are used to seeing controlled burns at camp parks but when the fire started moving dangerously close to their homes they knew it was out of control. air and ground support raced to put out the fire that just so happened to be on a red flag warning day. and hours after thousands of dry lightning strikes were seen overnight. but the cause of this fire wasn't from mother nature. it was from a military smoke grenade like this one going off at camp parks. part of normal training exercises that went awry. >> still see some flames, you guys,. >> reporter: while the 170-acre fire stayed within camp park's boundaries, residents are still shaken to learn military training exercises such alarm. in dublin, juliette goodrich, kpix 5. >>> well, lawrence is here now to tell us about more lightning. >> kind of a quiet day yesterday. we had some dry air kind of move into the bay area but we have that low spinning off the coastline so things are going to stay unsettled once again and there's a chance we could see a few more thunderstorms
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